We all know the notorious trio Ed, Edd n Eddy are known for their somewhat loose grasp on morals. As unethical as they may be, Ed, Edd n Eddy is a great and funny way to get students to think about ethics and kick-off class discussions on morality. Check out ClassHook’s favorite clips for teaching […]
Studying English and Language Arts starts in books, but seeing examples of grammatical concepts or rhetorical strategies in action is a great way to take learning off the page. We all know and love the show Friends. This New York City-based friend group is best known for their quirky antics, but they also have a […]
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When it comes to ethics, sometimes it’s easier to show than tell. We all have different conceptions of what it means to be ethical when it comes to business. If you are a teacher looking for a way to show students business ethics in action, check out ClassHook’s top 7 videos. 1. A View to […]
A good way to learn a language is to watch popular TV shows and movies. Do you love popular video clips? You do, or you don’t? Well, you will after checking out the videos below. Here are three examples of Spanish from some of our favorite films and shows. Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone […]
Are you a teacher that struggles with finding new ways to increase creativity amongst your students? With student’s short attention span and consent peer pressure it’s hard to get out a student’s full creative potential. Check out this article written by Canva that explores ways you can create more creativity in your classroom to get […]
Every teacher knows that students love movie time in the classroom. Consider these tips to maximize student learning and engagement during this time.